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Friends of Eater Pick 2012's Best Dining Neighborhood

Here at Eater, our closeout of the year is a survey of friends, industry types, bloggers, and readers. We've already covered Best Standbys, Top Newcomers, and 2012 in One Word, and it's now time for the best dining neighborhood. Readers, please add your thoughts to the comments.

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Ammazza. [Alex Lassiter]

Q: What was the best dining neighborhood NY in 2012?

Jimmy Sobeck, Eat It Atlanta: Old Fourth Ward; Most improved, at least.

Jennifer Zyman, the Blissful Glutton: For me, it's always Duluth because Korean is my favorite cuisine. I wish I lived closer because I could easily eat Korean for every meal.

Nick Miller, co-founder, Supper Series: Gotta be O4W BABY - Miso, Sound Table, Ammazza, Rathbun's, Bell St., H Harper, Serpas, Lotta Frutta, One Eared Stag, Ria's, Little Tart...
Plus some of the best coffee in ATL w/ Octane & Condesa.

Ashley Hesseltine, DailyCandy Atlanta editor and Witty + Pretty blogger: Inman Park and the Westside.

Billy Holcombe, RestaurantsATL: West Midtown

Christiane Lauterbach, Knife & Fork and Atlanta Magazine: all Gwinnett all the time

Liza Dunning, Scoutmob: Decatur

Alex Lassiter, co-founder, Supper Series: Old Fourth Ward

Carly C., Atlanta Magazine: Midtown

· All Year in Eater 2012 Coverage [-EATL-]

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